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Inside Mediaweek #1262: The Kettering Incident, Hugh Marks, Michael Mason, Nick Smith

In Mediaweek #1262: Australian News Channel’s Angelos Frangopoulos on Sky News’ post-election coverage

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Inside the 4 July issue of Mediaweek magazine #1262

First Look
Chief executive of Australian News Channel Angelos Frangopoulos outlines Sky News channels’ continuing post-election coverage plus a significant refresh of weekend programming

Person Of The Week
Ben Naparstek,
Head of Editorial for Online and Emerging Platforms at SBS: “SBS is the premier destination for diversity and social cohesion coverage in Australia”, plus a report on Viceland’s new branded channel partnership for SBS

Inside Television
Mediaweek speaks to The Kettering Incident creator Vicki Madden plus actors Matt Le Nevez and Alison Whyte about Foxtel’s new original mystery series set in Tasmania, plus Screen Tasmania exec Alex Sangston talks up the state as a happening site for film production

Inside Television
Nine Entertainment Co chief executive Hugh Marks discusses plans to double NEC’s share of digital ad revenues in the medium term

Inside Television
ABC’s miniseries Barracuda, from the author of The Slap, follows a 16yo swimmer’s bid to win gold in the 2000 Olympics. Tony Ayres, who produced it for Matchbox Pictures, says it was a dream project

Inside Radio
ABC director of radio Michael Mason gives Mediaweek a detailed look at the stations he oversees while running Australia’s biggest radio network

Inside Publishing
NewsLifeMedia’s publisher of lifestyle titles Nick Smith predicts Stellar will be “the Vanity Fair of weeklies” when it replaces the Sunday Style lift-out in News Corp’s metro papers on 28 August

Spectator
Photo coverage of Fox Footy’s Pie Challenge, ARN’s Red Nose Day programming and Hamish & Andy’s People’s Cruise

Media People
Staff movements at Kidspot, The Australian, Nine, Seven, ABC and TEDxSydney

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